Staffing or managing table, which contains information related to a specific set of operational assumptions or levels of activity (e.g., maintain the current organization structure, increase the sales level by 5% over last year’s level). The staffing or manning table presents the total HR demand requirement, as well as the number of personnel required, by level (e.g., vice-presidents) and function (e.g., marketing personnel).
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